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School Therapist & Liasion
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School Therapist & Liaison
We currently have openings in Allegan, Belding, Delton, North Muskegon and Wayland!
Our Kids Need Support
Pine Rest partners with local K-12 school districts in a program called District Liaison for Behavioral Health (DLBH) to improve communication and coordination for the mental and behavioral health needs of students, families, teachers and staff. We’re looking for full and part time clinical therapists who want to contribute to student success and wellbeing.
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School Liaison: Identify mental health and behavioral health needs of students and connect them with treatment and resources; provide crisis intervention for staff; and provide limited therapy for students.
School Therapist: Full clinical therapy caseload and some group work.
Access to a community of caring professionals and the complete continuum of care.
When you need to refer your kids or staff to a higher level of care, you’ll have access to inpatient, partial hospitalization, psychiatric urgent care, testing and assessment, substance use services, and more.
Plus, you’ll be connected to a diverse and skilled multi-disciplinary team of over 800 professional colleagues at Pine Rest including psychiatrists, psychologists, advanced practice professionals, registered nurses, social workers, and professional counselors.
Perfect if you need reduced summer hours.
DLBH positions are usually off during school-year breaks and have a reduced summer schedule with full pay and benefits which include medical, dental, vision, life, retirement benefits, and more. We also invest in your professional growth with an annual allowance and PTO days for professional education.
What Our Therapists Say...
“I love working as a School Therapist through Pine Rest at Hopkins High School. It’s so rewarding to be part of school community. This positions offers a unique opportunity to provide therapy to students, who otherwise may not have access to mental health care, and to work with the school to increase mental health awareness and create a supportive environment for students. I also enjoy a supportive community of fellow Pine Rest School therapists that provide support and consultation so I always feel like a valued member of the team.”
-Grace Fryling, LMSW